On 9 April 2020, the High Court handed down a ruling on costs following its preliminary issue judgment on limitation in a follow-on claim for damages arising from the European Commission’s 2010 DRAM settlement decision. The question as to the allocation of costs arose because the High Court had found that two of the claimants’ claims were time-barred, whereas the third claimant’s claim was not, but the three claimants constituted a de facto single claimant. The High Court held that the claimants should pay 60% of the defendants’ costs and the defendants should pay 40% of the claimants’ costs, on the grounds that the time- barred claims required a greater share of the work.